“Kinja, you and everybody you see are the same. You just look different.”
I remember regularly hearing this from my mother throughout my entire childhood and I never really understood how much of an impact the above words would have on my life. They say that sometimes the littlest things can have the greatest effect and I am so very thankful to have had that fact about all other human’s drilled into my earliest view of our world. Do you remember what your parents, caregivers or guardians drilled into your little mind about other people?
Your honest answer to that question, your interpretation of our human history and the way you receive the messages that our media distributes has created a perception that helps determine how you look at the many beautiful differences that we all have. If you have an interest even slightly as big as
mine to spread unified love around this earth, I ask that you at least heavily consider adding the following point of view into your daily action plans.
Whether you do or not and regardless of any of our differences, I sincerely send love to you and your family, especially during these times we are facing. This message is also dedicated to the loving memory of my mother, Edna Dixon-Lawson (April 2nd 1950 – July 6